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Freshly picked home grown Mistletoe for sale
PACS Potters put on a very varied and colourful display to brighten dark days of November and December. The exhibition attracted many visitors to their show in the Physic Garden.

Seeds for sale
Attractively packeted seeds which have been harvested from plants in the Garden this summer are now available for sale. These can be obtained from the office for the bargain price of 50p.
Hampshire Country Gardener. The Winter Issue of this free magazine is now available at the Physic Garden. A copy may be obtained from the rack outside in the archway or from the office. This month it features an article on colour style and interest in the winter garden.

The Physic Garden is a stockist of Hampshire Country Gardener. This is a free magazine which is now printed in Somerset and covers five areas Devon, Dorset, Somerset, The Cotswolds and Hampshire. Colourful editions are published ten times a year following the full gardening season from early spring to late autumn.The magazine which aims to give quality information about gardening and garden events in and around the area it covers is an essential read for enthusiastic gardeners.
Art in the Physic Garden
August was a very busy month for art in the Garden housing three exhibitions. From August 4th to 8th there were the paintings of Christine Gaut, then from the 17th to the 23rd those of Brian Giffin and the month closed with a further exhibition of art from the four artists of Petersfield Art Group Collective (TAGC) . In the intervening periods there were also more of Vicki Ostersen's drawing Courses for Kids.
In September the Garden hosted an exciting exhibition from twins Martin and Sheila Romanowicz of hand crafted furniture and paintings. Vicki Ostersen is also returned with half term art classes for children. October saw an exciting exhibition of paintings by Charlie entittled 'Wishing Lines'


Healing garden
The Petersfield Physic Garden features in the May/June edition of the free magazine Life in Petersfield under the heading Healing Garden (page 17). The article gives an interesting illustrated introduction to the Garden and tells the tales of some of the volunteer gardeners. A copy of Life in Petersfield is available in the Garden Office.
 
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